Department of Mechanical and Mathematical Engineering
The Department of Mechanical and Mathematical Engineering offers a continuous six-year education program, consisting of four years in the Faculty of Engineering, followed by two years in the Master’s Program of the Department of Mechanical and Mathematical Engineering of the Graduate School of Science and Technology. This Department aims to educate multi-field engineers, researchers, and educators who possess advanced expertise in mechanical engineering, mechanical systems, and applied mathematics, and can combine this knowledge and put it to use to solve a wide range of problems.
First-year students mainly take courses to learn a wide range of knowledge, as well as Physics & Chemistry I & II, Mathematics Seminar I & II, and Basic Engineering Experiments, which are offered for the entire Faculty as fundamental engineering courses. Students also complete the fundamental department courses of Industrial Mechanics, Programming Information Processing, and Differential Equations to give students practical English skills and specialized fundamental skills needed in all the fields of mechanics and mathematics.
Starting in the second year, students study in one of the following three specialized education programs.
- Mechanical Engineering Education Program
- Mechanical Systems Education Program
- Applied Mathematics Education Program
Mechanical Engineering Education Program
In the Education Program of Mechanical Engineering, we educate students to have expertise and skills in the mechanical element technologies that are key for craftsmanship (heat/fluids, energy conversion, material strength, precision machining) and to possess the basic and applied skills in order to practically utilize their education to solve a wide variety of problems.
Mechanical Systems Education Program
In the Education Program of Mechanical Systems, we educate students to have knowledge and skills regarding production processes (mechanical systems design, signal measurement processing/systems control that makes use of computer skills) and to possess the basic and applied skills in order to practically utilize their education
Applied Mathematics Education Program
In the Education Program of Applied Mathematics, by sufficiently mastering the natural sciences, the foundation of which is formed by knowledge and skills in Applied Mathematics (e.g., mathematics, physics), we educate students to apply their fundamental academic knowledge in order to understand and develop applied mathematics methods needed to solve a variety of issues in the field of engineering.
- Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Architecture
- Department of Mechanical and Mathematical Engineering
- Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
- Department of Materials Science and Applied Chemistry